Bill Crowe (October 9, 1935 ~ April 13, 2021)be

Biography

Bill Crowe was a native of Alcoa, Tennessee. He first sang with a group called the Victors that he organized along with David Young after high school. He then joined the Foggy River Boys.

In 1960, Crowe became the baritone singer for the Blue Ridge Quartet. His uncle was Elmo Fagg who also sang with the group. As the years went by, Crowe eventually became the owner of the group and continued to sing baritone with them until he disbanded the group in 1985.

Awards

1996 - Living Legend (Grand Ole Gospel Reunion)

Solo Discography

1970 Bill Crowe Sings, That Little Girl Of Mine (Blue Queen Records/1105): Sittiní Round The Table Of The Lord; That Lucky Old Sun; That Litte Girl Of Mine; Lonesome Road; Danny Boy; Evening Prayer; When Iím Led By The Masterís Great Hand; Red Sails In The Sunset; Walk With Me; What Love.

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